If the high-speed bus project survives the political hurdles, a greater obstacle could be looming: how to convince bus-wary people to ride.Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "Mayor Karl Dean"
Nashville’s mayor and Tennessee’s governor ended a nearly month-long fight today. Mayor Karl Dean and Metro employees won a good-natured battle to see which government workers could donate the most to Second Harvest Food Bank.Read more ›
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, wrench in hand, tightened the finishing bolt on a new parking meter in downtown today. Unlike most meters this one doesn’t have a parking space or require payment.Read more ›
Metro Councilman Jason Holleman discovered something he didn’t expect when he sent a survey to his West Nashville district: very strong resistance to closing of the state fairgrounds.Read more ›
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean wants to refocus private developers on the city’s major corridors like Gallatin Rd. and Charlotte Ave.Read more ›
A year ago there were only a handful of minority and women owned businesses ready to go to work for Metro, now there are hundreds.Read more ›
Former lawyers, businessmen, and even a chef are among Nashville’s newest crop of teachers.Read more ›